Ken Schles — a photographer challanging himself. The most important fact about the “history” book is that it shows a perfectly designed “no design”. We refer to classical icons of binding and printing such as hand sewing with a bookbinders needle and leather glove, handmade spines, blind embossed title, half-linen achromatic hardcover, age-relating yellowish patina of the dustcover, wooden-fibre text pages, semi-structural serifs on the ends of some of the strokes of type that make up letters and symbols. Thank you Ken for getting it all started and thank you for a brilliant text as well!
Helge Schlaghecke, White Press
The World Outside and the Pictures In Our Heads”
There is no ISBN due to limited outlet.
Edition limited to 350 signed & numbered copies.
Half linen HC, 173 pages, 107 plates, 21 x 27,5cm